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April 11, 2009
TRACK AND FIELD Arcadia Invitational ARCADIA — Corona del Mar High’s Kim Condino, Claire Schmidt, Sarah Keddington and Melanie Powers finished with second best time in the nation in the distance medley relay, 12 minutes, 6 seconds, coming in second behind Esperanza Saturday night. Condino ran the 1,200-meter leg in 3:41, Schmidt went 57.8 in her 400, Keddington 2:18 in the 800 and Powers 5:03 in the 1,600. Corona del Mar finished fourth last year and won the event for four straight years prior to that.
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April 9, 2011
Newport Harbor High senior Ryan Andrews finished third in the invitational boys' shot put event at the prestigious Arcadia Invitational on Saturday night at Arcadia High. Andrews upped his personal best of a 59 feet 5 1/2 with a 59-8 effort at Arcadia, finished just behind Jesuit's Steven Boals (59-9) for second. Dos Pueblos' Nicholas Scarvelis was first with an impressive 64-1 3/4. Andrews' teammates JB Salem and Steve Michaelsen came in ninth and 13th, respectively in the event.
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April 14, 2002
Steve Virgen ARCADIA - A soccer game in the State Cup, one goal scored and a personal-best 5-foot-10 in the high jump resulted in a long day for Costa Mesa High junior Sharon Day. Day, who played for the Irvine Lasers in San Bernardino, rushed to Arcadia High, where she tied the sixth-best mark in the nation in the high jump to finish third Saturday at the Arcadia Invitational. "I was really nervous, because I knew I had to play my hardest in the soccer game and I wasn't sure what I had left," said Day, who seemed to run out of gas about one hour later in the 400-meter race, in which she finished seventh (59:07)
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April 10, 2006
Estancia High senior Ashley Rodriguez won the girls' 400 meters and also ran a leg on the Eagles' winning 1,600 relay team at the Cerritos Invitational on Saturday at Cerritos College. Rodriguez teamed with Jennifer Thomas, Korina Rios and Alexa Aquilar for a time of 4 minutes, 32 seconds in the relay. Rodriguez's winning time in the 400 was 1:03.41. Estancia senior Ryan Whites won the boys' 300 intermediate hurdles (40.6) and was second in the 110 high hurdles (15.4) at the same meet.
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By Barry Faulkner | May 5, 2007
The UC Irvine men's volleyball traveling party boarded a flight Tuesday for Columbus, Ohio, where the Anteaters would begin their quest for their first national title in the four-team NCAA Championship. On board were players, coaches, support staff, administrators, parents, fans, and one Robert Chai, whose contribution to the program, many agree, is too complex to categorize. The seats next to Chai, whose official title is team statistician, were coveted assignments indeed.
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By Barry Faulkner | April 9, 2006
ARCADIA ? Not long after setting a meet record by winning the girls' seeded mile Saturday at the Arcadia Invitational, Corona del Mar High senior Annie St. Geme said she is looking forward to a little down time, then the fast-approaching postseason. But in order to check out her competition on the track at Arcadia High, she needed to look at least 10 yards behind her. "After last week [a meet-record 4 minutes, 43.10 seconds in the 1,600 at the Trabuco Hills Invitational that was the fastest time in the nation this season]
NEWS
April 14, 2001
Tony Altobelli ARCADIA - After a one-year stint at Citrus College, the 34th annual Arcadia Track and Field Invitational is back at Arcadia High and an estimated 2,000 athletes from around North America and Australia are set to set the track on fire. "This meet is even more competitive than the CIF State meet," Newport Harbor High boys coach Bim Barry said. "It's a great tuneup for CIF and it's a very exciting meet to be a part of." Included in those 2,000 standouts include a handful from the Newport-Mesa area.
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April 9, 2005
Chris Yemma On the grandest track and field stage at this time of year, the Newport-Mesa area has never looked so stacked. Rumors of records being broken have been flying left and right, but this particular year, the rumors could actually materialize. Perhaps the biggest headliner to represent the local area at today's Arcadia invitational at Arcadia High, is Newport Harbor's Allison Stokke. The sophomore pole vaulter already holds the sophomore outdoor national record in the event, and is only inches away from breaking the national high school record.
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April 9, 2011
Newport Harbor High senior Ryan Andrews finished third in the invitational boys' shot put event at the prestigious Arcadia Invitational on Saturday night at Arcadia High. Andrews upped his personal best of a 59 feet 5 1/2 with a 59-8 effort at Arcadia, finished just behind Jesuit's Steven Boals (59-9) for second. Dos Pueblos' Nicholas Scarvelis was first with an impressive 64-1 3/4. Andrews' teammates JB Salem and Steve Michaelsen came in ninth and 13th, respectively in the event.
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April 11, 2009
TRACK AND FIELD Arcadia Invitational ARCADIA — Corona del Mar High’s Kim Condino, Claire Schmidt, Sarah Keddington and Melanie Powers finished with second best time in the nation in the distance medley relay, 12 minutes, 6 seconds, coming in second behind Esperanza Saturday night. Condino ran the 1,200-meter leg in 3:41, Schmidt went 57.8 in her 400, Keddington 2:18 in the 800 and Powers 5:03 in the 1,600. Corona del Mar finished fourth last year and won the event for four straight years prior to that.
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By Barry Faulkner | May 5, 2007
The UC Irvine men's volleyball traveling party boarded a flight Tuesday for Columbus, Ohio, where the Anteaters would begin their quest for their first national title in the four-team NCAA Championship. On board were players, coaches, support staff, administrators, parents, fans, and one Robert Chai, whose contribution to the program, many agree, is too complex to categorize. The seats next to Chai, whose official title is team statistician, were coveted assignments indeed.
SPORTS
April 10, 2006
Estancia High senior Ashley Rodriguez won the girls' 400 meters and also ran a leg on the Eagles' winning 1,600 relay team at the Cerritos Invitational on Saturday at Cerritos College. Rodriguez teamed with Jennifer Thomas, Korina Rios and Alexa Aquilar for a time of 4 minutes, 32 seconds in the relay. Rodriguez's winning time in the 400 was 1:03.41. Estancia senior Ryan Whites won the boys' 300 intermediate hurdles (40.6) and was second in the 110 high hurdles (15.4) at the same meet.
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By Barry Faulkner | April 9, 2006
ARCADIA ? Not long after setting a meet record by winning the girls' seeded mile Saturday at the Arcadia Invitational, Corona del Mar High senior Annie St. Geme said she is looking forward to a little down time, then the fast-approaching postseason. But in order to check out her competition on the track at Arcadia High, she needed to look at least 10 yards behind her. "After last week [a meet-record 4 minutes, 43.10 seconds in the 1,600 at the Trabuco Hills Invitational that was the fastest time in the nation this season]
NEWS
April 10, 2005
Chris Yemma Call is beginner's luck if you will, but just don't tell it to the Corona del Mar High girls distance medley relay team. On their first outing with this assembled group of individual specialists, the Sea Kings notched a school record, a meet record and the third fastest time in state history in the distance medley relay Saturday at the Arcadia invitational at Arcadia High. Sophomore Hilary May, senior Melissa Swigert, freshman Allison Damon and junior Annie St. Geme ran the race in 11:51.
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April 9, 2005
Chris Yemma On the grandest track and field stage at this time of year, the Newport-Mesa area has never looked so stacked. Rumors of records being broken have been flying left and right, but this particular year, the rumors could actually materialize. Perhaps the biggest headliner to represent the local area at today's Arcadia invitational at Arcadia High, is Newport Harbor's Allison Stokke. The sophomore pole vaulter already holds the sophomore outdoor national record in the event, and is only inches away from breaking the national high school record.
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May 24, 2003
Bryce Alderton The ceiling on Corona del Mar High's gym could hardly stop visiting Arcadia High boys volleyball hitters from racking up frequent flier miles Friday night in a CIF Southern Section Division II quarterfinal. Seniors Brad Jenkins and Richard Wright commanded the net, each tallying 14 kills for the seventh-seeded Apaches in a 15-12, 15-7, 15-8 victory over the second-seeded Sea Kings, who were a step slower and lacked the swagger and confidence the co-champions of the Pacific League displayed with six senior starters.
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